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Post# 243159   7/31/2013 at 17:01 (1,666 days old) by orecklover (New Jersey )        

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I found this Hoover on Craigslist and I am very confused about it. This vacuum is a Hoover Constellation. Not just any Hoover Constellation, but a Hoover Constellation upright. This vacuum looks like a Hoover Legacy and a Elite combined. It's red and has a switch on the handle. I thought that the Hoover Constellation was only made in the 50s/60s as a canister and then produced as the Maytag Satellite.
Basically what I am wondering is if someone can inform me about this interesting find and if I should
get it. Even if it isn't rare I probably will get it anyway because its FREE! That's right, I found this vacuum for free! If anyone can find anything on this vacuum that is helpful, please let me know because I am very interested in this vacuum. This vacuum has a cloth bag. For more info, look at the pictures below.

Post# 243160 , Reply# 1   7/31/2013 at 17:02 (1,666 days old) by orecklover (New Jersey )        
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Here is another photo of the Hoover. In this photo, you can see the full view of this vacuum. Also it has a hose and attachments stored on the side.

Post# 243163 , Reply# 2   7/31/2013 at 17:29 (1,666 days old) by dwl93 (Illinois)        

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I don't know of it's rare, however I do think it is unique and would be worth having. Just started collected myself, 3 out of the 4 vacs in my collection are elite style hoovers.

Post# 243170 , Reply# 3   7/31/2013 at 17:57 (1,666 days old) by ncovert (Grove City, PA)        
Snatch that up!

A rare Elite style machine. Hoover was notorious for reusing names, and TTI still does.

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